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BMW Indoor Invitational powered by Trackman at Wentworth Club - UPDATES

BMW Indoor Invitational powered by Trackman at Wentworth Club - UPDATES

Follow the action from week five with updates throughout the day as 34 players battle over a virtual Wentworth Club

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Tournament footage will once again be shown on the European Tour’s social media channels and, with fans able to follow using #BMWTrackManInvitational. The winner will receive $10,000 to benefit a Coronavirus charity or relief fund of his choice.


We have a winner!

What an incredible finish from Wil Besseling, who birdied his final two holes at Wentworth Club to claim his second BMW Indoor Invitational title.

We're down to the final holes here at Wentworth, but the long drive champion has already been crowned. Take a bow, Wilco Nienaber, who claimed this week's title with a 338 yard drive at the par five 12th.

In what could be a decisive moment in this week's BMW Indoor Invitational, co-leader Jordan Smith has found the water on the final hole.

It's getting tight at the top as the leaders enter their final few holes, but it's not been the only thing for players to compete for today.

The field took on a Closest to the Pin challenge at the second, and it was local knowledge that turned out to be the winner as Wentworth Club member took home the spoils with a shot to seven feet.

Wil Besseling, the champion at Golfclub München Eichenried two weeks ago, just recorded his fourth birdie of the day. He's one shot behind Wiesberger, Jordan Smith, Hurly Long and Joachim B Hansen.

Shot of the day!

Joost Luiten's second shot from the trees at the 13th hole was a thing of beauty

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Another couple of highlights from the 12th hole, courtesy of current leader Bernd Wiesberger and Kyongjun Moon. It's proving to be the lowest scoring hole of the day.

Slam Dunk!

Nicolas Colsaerts adds to the eagle tally at the par five 12th with the first chip in of the day.

"That looked good"

"Where's that gone"

A lesson here in avoiding embarrassment for all commentators and spectators: Don't call the outcome of the shot too early.

Things are heating up at Wentworth! Wilco Nienaber nearly claimed an albatross at the 12th hole after a monster drive, while Damien Perrier drove the green to set up an eagle of his own at the fourth.

There's a few notable differences between a regular Tour event and the BMW Indoor Invitational powered by Trackman, and Thomas Pieters is taking advantage of the more relaxed vibe.

Moving up the leaderboard! Jordan Smith celebrates with a big fist pump after carding three birdies in four holes.

Another birdie at the fourth thanks to an excellent approach shot from Kristoffer Reitan, who moves to two under.

A fast start for Raphael Jacquelin

Wilco Nienaber has taken an early lead with three birdies in his first four holes, but it's Connor Syme, Lee Tae Hee and Nicolai von Dellingshause providing the more relatable golf shots.

Meanwhile, Matthew Jordan is warming up in some of the more challenging conditions this morning. His round gets underway at 12.30.

A perfect drive to start for Joost Luiten

And we're off!

Nicolai von Dellingshausen & Anders Hansen get us underway for the fifth week of the BMW Indoor Invitational. It's a place Hansen has plenty of history at, having won at Wentworth on two occasions, most recently at the 2007 BMW PGA Championship.

Welcome to the final week of the BMW Indoor Invitational powered by Trackman!

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